Latino Vote: Dispatches from the Battleground
Get an inside look at the high-stakes effort to get out the Latino vote in the 2020 election. Political candidates are focused on maximizing turnout and support from Latinos, poised to be the largest non-white voting bloc.
Premieres October 6, 9PM
Celebrate the rich diversity of Latino arts and culture in this documentary showcase. Produced by Latino Public Broadcasting, VOCES is PBS' signature Latino arts and culture documentary showcase and the only ongoing national television series devoted to exploring and celebrating the rich diversity of the Latino cultural experience.
Follow immigrant families rising up to seek justice in an industry rife with exploitation.
Meet Dr. Victor Rios a former gang member working with youth being “pushed out” of school.
Follow the search for a hero that history forgot: Maria Moreno.
Discover the story behind the 1918 massacre of 15 Mexican men in this tiny border town.
"Letters to Eloisa" depicts the life of Author José Lezama Lima.
Author of "My Time to Speak" Ilia Calderón discusses Afro-Latino representation in media.
An organizer from the Rio Grande Valley prepares for a campaign rally in San Antonio.
A multicultural coalition of Sanders' supporters prepare to canvass.
Mi Familia Vota organizers register Latino voters in Las Vegas ahead of the 2020 election.
An inside look at the high-stakes effort to turn out the Latino vote in the 2020 election.
Hear from Dr. Gabriel Salguero, founder of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition.
Andrea Mercado on Florida being a critical battleground state.
Alex Birnel, advocacy manager of MOVE Texas, discusses registering voters.
Another death of a construction worker on the job in Austin fuels the need for change.
Construction worker Roendy Granillo was 25 when he died from heat stroke on the job.
Claudia, a female electrician from El Salvador, enrolled in school to be an electrician.